2024 Titleist T350 Iron on The Course

This is Golfer Geeks’ Titleist T350 irons review.

I’m an avid golfer, 8-ish handicap on my way to a 2 (been a 5.6), and frequent tester of golf clubs and equipment since 2015.

I’ve had the T350s for a few weeks now. I’ve played 3 rounds of golf and a couple range sessions with them. The last one on my launch monitor.

Summary: Titleist T350 irons are the poster boy for game improvement irons. They do all the things: launch high and easily, carry far, loaded with forgiveness. Plus, they look great. The only downside – they’re really expensive for higher handicap irons.

In this review of the Titleist T350 irons, I discuss my experience with the clubs, unique features and benefits, as well as customer reviews and potential alternatives. 

Best for 13-ish Handicaps to Beginners
Titleist T350 Irons
5.0
Pros:
  • Launch the ball High & Straight
  • Forgiving & Long
  • Beautiful Clubs
Cons:
  • Pricey
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Titleist T350 Irons Overview & Why Consider Them

Titleist calls the T350s their “ultimate game improvement iron“.

They’re built to be forgiving and go high and far. This matches well with my experience.

  • They use the same multi-material hollow-body construction as the new T200s (which I love) for more of a “player” performance.
  • The dual taper forged face is faster more of the clubface. (That was my experience)
  • They improved on their variable bounce sole to help prevent the sole from digging into the ground for faster turf interaction.
  • They use the same weighting system as the their tour distance irons for improved CG, more forgiveness, and better feel.

The T350s are very forgiving, pack loads of distance, launch the ball quickly and high, and all without needing center-face contact. Plus, they are handsome and sleek like Titleist’s better player irons.

We recommend them for higher handicap golfers looking for more help in all aspects of ball striking.

Titleist T350 Iron Specs

ClubLengthLoftLie
Wedge35.5″4864*
PW35.75″43*64*
9-iron36″38*64*
8-iron36.5″33*63.5*
7-iron37″29*63*
6-iron37.5″26*62.5*
5-iron38″23*62.0*
4-iron38.5″29*61.5*

My Experience with the T350s

Range Sessions – 1 on the launch monitor. We got tons of rain and our range was closed often for much of my testing. My one range session was toward the end of testing.
Rounds of golf – 3 (course stayed open)

Quick Assessment – They’re great-looking game improvement irons in the bag and at address. They launch the ball high and easily without ballooning. They go straight, carry far, and land soft. The feel and sound are a little clicky and feedback is a tad muted. But, I could play these irons.

I played 3 rounds with them and had mediocre stuff at best for much of it. I did connect on a few shots the way I like to, and the ball jumped off the face high and at my target with my preferred baby draw shot shape.

The ball still went at my target, but either on the front of the green or just short of the green on my multiple mediocre swings.

I swung pretty well for my one and only range session. Good thing, I went out to get launch monitor numbers. My new thing is putting the 7-iron from any set I test on the monitor to get launch, apex, and carry numbers.

I was wowed by the 7-iron numbers from the T350s. See below. (I consider the T350 7-iron to be a 6-iron because of the jacked loft).

I even had our scratch player, Wes, take a few swings with the T350s. Surprisingly, at least to me, he really liked them.

Bottom line. These are great game improvement irons for higher mid-handicaps on up to beginners. You’re just going to pay a lot if you go for them.

Titleist T350 Irons Reviewed

Titleist T350 Iron Set

Looks: (A) Sleek and minimal design. A standout for this iron category.

Sound/ Feel: (B) Clicky, but not harsh. Completely acceptable for game improvement irons.

Distance: (A+) This is where they make their money. Especially on off-center strikes.

Forgiveness: (A) Solid launch, trajectory, and carry on off-center hits. Exactly why you buy these.

Flight / Playability: (A) High and straight is the default flight. But, you can fly them down and turn them left or right a little if you’ve got the game.

Value: (C) ~$200/club – On the high end of high end for game improvement irons.

Who are the T350s for?

Low handicaps: (Nooo) But, you already knew that.
Mid handicaps: (Maybe) I think they best suit 13-ish handicaps on up.
High handicaps: (Yes) These are perfect for you. But, the price may scare some of you away.

Potential Alternatives

Better Value - Shorter on Mishits
Superb Irons - If you can find them
Less Forgiving...But Not Much
4.7
4.9
5.0
~$157/club
N/A
N/A
Pros:
  • Easy to hit & Elevate
  • High trajectory & Straight Ball Flight
  • Great distance & forgiveness
  • Can shape & flight the ball as well
Pros:
  • So... so easy to hit
  • High trajectory
  • Great distance & forgiveness
Pros:
  • Exceptionally Soft & Solid Feel
  • Loads of Distance & Forgiveness
  • Absolute Eye Candy
  • Great Price
Cons:
  • Looks, not the best
Cons:
  • Nada
Cons:
  • Nada
Better Value - Shorter on Mishits
4.7
~$157/club
Pros:
  • Easy to hit & Elevate
  • High trajectory & Straight Ball Flight
  • Great distance & forgiveness
  • Can shape & flight the ball as well
Cons:
  • Looks, not the best
Superb Irons - If you can find them
4.9
N/A
Pros:
  • So... so easy to hit
  • High trajectory
  • Great distance & forgiveness
Cons:
  • Nada
Less Forgiving...But Not Much
5.0
N/A
Pros:
  • Exceptionally Soft & Solid Feel
  • Loads of Distance & Forgiveness
  • Absolute Eye Candy
  • Great Price
Cons:
  • Nada

Final Verdict on our Titleist T350 Irons Review

A great choice for higher mid handicaps on up to complete beginners.

Titleist knows how to make high-performance irons and the T350s are a great example. You’ll pay a pretty price, but it may be worth it.

Only one way to know…

My #1 suggestion is to get your hands on them before you buy. Either at your local golf store or take advantage of Global Golf’s Utry trial program. I use it and recommend it.  

Thanks for checking out our Titleist T350 irons review and let us know how they work for you.

Best for 13-ish Handicaps to Beginners
Titleist T350 Irons
5.0
Pros:
  • Launch the ball High & Straight
  • Forgiving & Long
  • Beautiful Clubs
Cons:
  • Pricey
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